Wineglass Bay – What’s in a name?

Wineglass Bay, our namesake and the primary reason thousands of people come to visit Freycinet every year, is every bit as beautiful as you might think. The sand is white. Glaringly, blindingly white. (Bring your sunglasses!) The colour of water is the stuff dreams are made of. Shimmering azure, enticing you to take a swim…
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Freycinet National Park – A quick history!

Freycinet National Park was one of the first national parks listed in Tasmania, it covers 17,000 hectares of pristine beaches, untouched bushland, pink granite mountain ranges and is home to some of Tasmania’s most loveable and spectacular wildlife. Although originally discover by Dutchman Abel Tasman in 1642, weather conditions did not allow him to travel…
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